Additional Resources

original author: Lisa Mitchell, former student
revised by: Cindy S. Spillers, current web master



Stuttering is a complex disorder which often requires a specialized professional to diagnose and treat it. General information about stuttering may be obtained from a variety of reputable sources, including physicians, teachers, and child development specialists. These professionals may have brochures, books, videos, or other information about stuttering, however, they will not be able to diagnose and treat the disorder if one exists. Consult a speech-language pathologist (SLP) for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Here are some web connections to organizations that have information about stuttering:

 

For more information on self-help groups and organizations around the world, consult the "Support Organizations" section of the Stuttering Home Page.

Revised June 2011





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